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To Employment Tribunal London,
Central Office and hearing venue
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I am disappointed that all my communications to the South London Employment Tribunal have not resulted in a fair and reasonable resolution of the dispute I have had with Sainsburys plc, that had generated through lack of appropriate supervision of the proceedings to adjudicate upon the Case and let me know the outcome within the 28 days of the submission of the Claim, as attached FrEmploymentTribunal4Jul2020.docx.
I had asked the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom to direct the Tribunal to correct its Case Management failures that were conflated by Yahoo.com's disruption of my communications with the Tribunal and associated parties to the dispute simultaneously being considered under Claim E35YM660 of the Central London County Court under the application to reinvigorate the Claim from its adjournment status as attached: Central London County Court Judgment of Order 12 May 2020; however no intimation has been received by me from the Tribunal or the Court concerned.
In the meantime I am being told by the Consultant Psychiatrist Dr Odesanya of Britton House Gillingham that I am somehow not fit for paid-employment on perceived mental illness that I have repeatedly disputed as I am in full control of my mental faculties. I returned the Call made to me at 9.15 am by Chris White of Sunlight Development Trust Centre where Dr Odesanya has arranged for me to engage in volunteering work in its ‘Men in Shade’ unit, and asking Mr White to send me an email to this email address firstname.lastname@example.org, as both my other yahoo email accounts have been heavily corrupted from trolling vandals seemingly of Victims of Panigrahi Association (VOPA) who have been harassing me with over 500 criminal anonymous emails since September 2017 under the watchful eyes of the Security Services, who sent some miscreants to knock on our door for over half an hour last night from 12.50 am to 1.00 am this morning causing my family much distress so that we could not sleep for hours afterwards.
Please let me know accordingly, if this Tribunal matter can be taken off the hands of the Employment Tribunal in South London and the Central London County Court or even the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom for a judicial review at an appropriate court such as the London Central Employment Tribunal.
In regards to this application, kindly note that I am committed to starting my Christmas Casual Work for Royal Mail from 18 November 2020 Induction day for a period of one month.
Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
3 Hoath Lane
Kent ME8 0SL
Tel: 07967789619 2
Central London County Court Judgement or Order 12 May 2020
Automatic reply: Rescheduling of Employment Tribunal Proceedings at the Ashford Hearing Centre managed by South London Employment Tribunal Inbox
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10 November 2020 Update:
BBC Complaints - Case number CAS-6046534-G9B4H4
21:36 (0 minutes ago)
1. How are you getting on with your investigative-journalism on this complaint. Have the reporting restrictions or ban been lifted by the Courts concerned, in relation to the attached: FrBBC(Complaint Acknowledgement)2May2020; FrBBC(StoryCoverage)4May2020.docx; ToBBC1May2020.docx; ToYahooMail7Nov2020.docx, ToYahooMailccKentPoliceNorthKentMagistratesCentrLondonCountyCrtMaidstoneCrownCourtSupremeCourt9Nov2020.docx. and ToCentralLondonEmploymentTribunal10Nov2020.docx.
2. I would really like to know for certain to assure me that the British Broadcasting Coorporation is a fully independent institution who I pay my licence fee to annually, to watch your impartial journalists and impartial commentators discussing national and international issues.
Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
3 Hoath Lane
Kent ME8 0SL